Posted by helen ku on 7/13/06 4:36pm
Help/become a notary Public in NJ
As someone mentioned...
Don't NJ notaries have to have their application endorsed by a member of the State legislature ??
Somebody help me how? Any advise would be appreciated!!
Thanks in advance.
Reply by Marlene/USNA on 7/13/06 4:44pm
NJ's notary website is at http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/revenue/dcr/programs/notary.html.
It should tell you everything you need to know about being a NJ notary.
Reply by Sylvia_FL on 7/13/06 4:59pm
I believe Helen is saying she doesn't know how to get an endorsement from a State legislator.
Reply by Regal/NC on 7/13/06 8:46pm
If you are a registered voter, just contact your representative. That what I did when I was in the Garden State.
Reply by Marlene/USNA on 7/14/06 9:49am
Re: OK, here is a list of districts. . .
. . .http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/districts/districtnumbers.asp
1. Find out which District you're in, then click the link for that District. The names of the Senator and two Assemblypersons for that District displays.
2. Click a link for one of the legislators (Senator or Assemblyperson). The contact information for that person displays.
3. Write a nice letter to the person explaining who you are and requesting his/her endorsement on your notary application.
4. Send the nice letter and your filled-out and signed application to the legislator. Include a stamped, self-addressed envelope to get it back quicker.